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Sydney’s Oven Bakery is condemned for baking a Hamas cake for a child


A bakery was forced to remove itself from social media after a photo of its Hamas cake for a four-year-old sparked massive outrage.

Sydney’s Oven Bakery by Fufu shared images of a young boy standing next to a large cake bearing the Palestinian flag and Hamas spokesman Abu Ubaid on Tuesday.

The boy was wearing a headscarf and clothes similar to Ubaida’s, replicating his finger-in-the-air pose.

A masked terrorist was also depicted on a batch of Palestinian flag cookies.

Fufu’s Oven Bakery initially received praise for the cake, with commenters writing alongside hearts that the boy ‘was a champ’ and ‘what a cute mashallah’.

Fufu’s Oven Bakery suspended its social media accounts on Tuesday after sharing photos of a four-year-old Hamas cake (pictured)

The large cake and matching cupcakes (pictured) featured the Palestinian flag and Hamas spokesman, Abu Ubaid.

The large cake and matching cupcakes (pictured) featured the Palestinian flag and Hamas spokesman, Abu Ubaid.

However, criticism quickly moved past the controversial post and the bakery was forced to shut down its Instagram and Facebook pages.

The business is known for delivering custom cakes around Sydney and claims it was recently invited to cater the Muslim community’s annual Iftar dinner in Sydney.

Prime Minister Chris Minns described the photos as ‘appalling’.

«Hamas is an evil terrorist organization,» he said.

«Children’s parties should be innocent and fun, not hateful.»

Jewish groups also condemned the bakery for making a cake for a children’s party.

«Dressing a child as a terrorist, including what appears to be a Hamas headdress, is reprehensible and a form of child abuse,» Australian Jewish Group chief executive Robert Gregory said, the Daily Telegraph reported.

«Islamic extremism and the radicalization of youth are not just a problem for the Jewish community. It is a threat to all Australians.

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“Australia has seen several recent incidents of Muslim youth allegedly stabbing or planning attacks on other Australians.

«The indoctrination starts at a young age and is similar to what is seen in the Middle East.»

Executive Council of Australian Jewry co-chairman Alex Ryvchin condemned the theme, saying young boys should celebrate with Batman or Real Madrid themes.

Prime Minister Chris Minns described the photos as

Prime Minister Chris Minns described the photos as «appalling», while Australian Jewish Group chief executive Robert Gregory likened the cake to «indoctrination» (pictured, Abu Ubaida).

«You want to teach young children that Hamas terrorists are to be admired and emulated, it takes a rare kind of psychosis,» he said.

“If this is happening in some homes in Sydney, we should prepare for a generation of violent extremists.

«The authorities should be aware of this incident.»

The bakery has been contacted for comment.



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